IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE by Josephine Lawrence


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Dear Josephine: I Am In Urgent Need of Advice again. I've been reading your books for a long time and they helped me with my problems before the youngsters grew up and the old ones were put away. I'd like to get a job like yours on the Speaker even if you say the hours are too long and the money isn't much on a newspaper. But I sure would like to be around all you good-natured folks and I could fetch the coffee (serves that Nixie right--wearing those false eyelashes on the job which fell in the boss's cup) and I certainly would dust those baseboards. You was saying that the Ledger's cleaning contract had run out and I'd be interested since that's all I ever do at home--except for reading your paper's special features--the knitting patterns and pickle recipes and Horoscopes when they don't get left out by mistake. Like you say, a woman needs ""to work outside."" Maybe if I don't suit keeping things clean I could do the Bridals, or the Book Reviews since I'm sure I'd have more to say than most of those critics. Yours, hopefully, Constant Reader.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1968
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World